In his 1990 book, "," Guy Kawasaki draws a flowchart depicting Apple's process for creating great products. The first step in the order of operations? "Order t-shirt."
And so, as long as Apple has been around, there has been Apple apparel to clothe its fans. To see what I mean, look no further than Gordon Thygeson's "" ($40). The book is chock full of photos of over 1,000 memorable and rare Apple t-shirts from over the years. But the days of great Apple tees are not gone, and there are still great Apple shirts out there today! Here's a top ten list of my favorite Apple t-shirts you can still add to your wardrobe.
 -- If you're of a certain age, you might remember watching the iconic  in real time. For the rest of us, there's always . This shirt, from FastMac, is a subtle homage to that advertisement. With its boldly colored Anya Major silhouette, the design is a nod to the Mac's emergence to those in the know, and an intriguingly ambiguous image to those who aren't. ($9.99)
 -- Imagine, every time you put on this shirt displaying the famous Apple spinning gear, it's like you're powering up! The simple abstract design from Bird Doctor will be instantly recognized by Mac users, but should you want to hide your geek credentials, this symbol will go undetected by those out of the (Infinite) loop. ($22)
 -- Leonardo da Vinci painted the Mona Lisa, designed an ornithopter flying machine, and, according to this shirt, created the iPhone. (Well, actually, the artist is Kevin Tong, but let's pretend.) You can also find an  shirt as well, designed by Gary Booth, at Dion Briggs's site. ($20)
 -- This shirt, designed by Rubyred and available at RedBubble, features a skull assembled from Apple keyboard keys. Yet, it's only after close inspection that the Command key indicates the keyboard's allegiance. How should one interpret the design's meaning? It's your call, but at the very least, it's a good conversation starter. ($26.13)
 -- Winning the award for wackiest concept, this shirt's Apple logo responds to audio input by lighting up. Sure, you have to wear a battery pack, but the guaranteed attention it garners for you will be worth it! Unfortunately, likely for legal reasons, the shirt is no longer available at its original online store. Luckily, you can still nab one on ! (Buy It Now price: $31.99)
 -- Experiencing an unrecoverable system error of a day? Put on your Bomb shirt from Insanely Great Tees and keep your chin up! Mac OS X's spinning pizza of death has nothing on  designed by Susan Kare. ($19)
Have I missed your favorite t-shirt? While all lists must come to a close, there are certainly many more Apple t-shirts out there, hiding in dresser drawers around the world. If you've come across any cool Apple-related shirts that weren't touched on here, I'd love to hear about them. Happy shirt hunting!